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GENERAL WOOD AND THE "WAR
There is much troth in what Msjcr
General Wood, chtet of staff or the
United States army, nays about the
reeanl ' war scare" resulniig fr-,?m tho
: o , niled confidential report of the
recretarv of war to cor.gess. The'
general resents the Idea that tr- army
Is Indulging in a "war scare" and
vails such talk silly. He says h? >ees
no prospect of war, nor does he fear
such a contingency. He "simply advo?
cate'! a careful reorganisation of the
?oonrrj's undeveloped military re
"The army Un't afr.id of war. nor
la It filled by the valor of Ignorance,"
aaya the general. Then be goes on
to eay that the work of the army at
prtsent la to do the best It can In
developing the country's military re?
sources and to be of assistance in re
orgaaltlog the militia; that It was
with a view to extending this work
that tbg department asked for addi?
tional ('(Beere. ' I
If this is the attitude of the war de?
partment there surely is in it no ex
cure for a war scare, nor has the
country any reason for complaining
that the administration Is trying to
saddle militarism upon the |ieop]e.
There must be a standing army and
tb* personnel and equipment must b?
kept up to the very highest standard
of-efficiency. Thi- does not mean that
wc should have such a stsi.dlng army
a8 v0m-> or the soldier-ridden Kuro
pean na.ions. Our people do not want
apd will not bave any such military
eetabli*hir.?nt, for instance, as Ger-.
many masutaiu Bur we do want a
regular military forte of something
like the strength <>r the present army,
well organized, well equipiwd and
commanded by efficient officers. What
is more, as President Tan pointed
out in hi; annual r. terse e.e to con?
gress, we need a f-nrplus of trained
officers, because the regular organisa?
tion is nothing mor .- than the skele?
ton ui>oa whb-h to build a great Sght
ing ar nv drawn rrom -he citizens In
titbe of war.
This ' skeleton' cannot In- tffettixe
unless the aarphn of officers la pro- ]
^TjedRtvw vnk?cn. :bc -.vholar. .s
prov'nr, hlrigelf to be quite a pollt ?
eiho ot a rather unustm; tyr** He is
takin.; the wsr into thauem-my ? own
I nation W be
ratlc I. ader ot
?g th* eye? of
State aad apoa
country in m
fajbtoa. and als
the r~al leading
New Jersey is 1
the conntrv upoc
Of Dr. WlbsdV attitude, the Nor-,
foik I nnja*~i r T" ' gr"
va'ooghriw n 'Ar. has so far gon
bat A'en no promise which he made
^?artrx his raavpaigr- for the govern.
-"orefclp of New Jerse.\ ife reit-rated
?law ead again rant If elected hw
v would enaatro* the ehctlea to mena
?Vbat be bad been s-l-cted as the
%.">aBaacre<k leaeVr of the flrate, aad
NShSt be wocjd assume ?bat poaltv? a*
?? as the ge*err*r?hn> He ad' med
||, who woohf ohyVct to him as such
W7 fo> ?galant him. EVcted by aa
-whetmio; majority, he mm awt
t nl>til hie iaaugwratica aa Got
BaJIW. ha: pieced biaaaaff at oaee at
of the DensceruGc
yery day as a
be a Se>
l*i a nw-.li.s- *** h*" *? ?* faWISeS
If ! I f/nmW^ game.- ban re
rr fee rar-g ana S
rr..:??>Sj that that Vt anew?
Uaa en t*e
body will gei before the time for ad?
journment rolls around.
Prtsl?ent Tart's program will have
to go Wer (o (be nest flewlou. Mr
Taft expected that the greater por
tiou y. hin program would get no at?
tention at tola session, consequently
his la:-1 message was written with the
view of having his recommendations
considered by a Democratic house
DRUM A IN IH AN SETS FIRE
TO HIS BED; IS ARRESTED
E C. Erickron Has To Be Dragged
Prom Smoke-Filled Room.
Aft.-r he had set fire lo bis tied and
been dragged from tlx- burning room
da.wn a long bull und two flights of
steps by civilians. K K. Krlckson. an
aged uian, who lives at 3019 Wash?
ington avenue, was arrested about
?:.'Hi o'clock yesterday mottgng by
Hergeant Webb and Patrolman Ibas
WMI. In the police court yesterday
morning Justice Krown fined him
?;t.,'io and be wem to Jail in default.
Thanks to the heroic efforts of n
woman in the house, the blaze waa
kept dt>wn with water until an alarm
could be Ht-nt in to the department
Th?> t'entral company responded and
the blest- waaa ox'ingulthed with the
use of chemical
(h 'Hpenis of the house were awnk
coed by dense smoke arising from the
burning bed In which the drunken,
mad ht?d b*cn smoking. The worn*
began throwing water on the lire
"with bocket?, while cue of the m1 n
occupants turned in an alarm. Two
men, cue of whom was passing by
the building at the time, rushed to tue
burning room and dragged Krlckson
out of !t and down to the street.
Wrick son objected rtrenuongly to leas?
ing tbe room, which was fllled with
blinding and choking smqjtf.
BARRED FROM OWN HOME.
North Carolina Partner Finds Intru?
der in Home and Shoots Him.
i By AKaoctetrd rtvsm
(JRKKNSBORO, N. C. Dec. 21.?
Upbraided for attempting to gain ad
mlasloi. to his own home. James
Coopur, <i farmer, of Randolph count)',
went tc the home or a neighbor, sc
curecj a shotgun and, returning, emp?
tied the coutents iuto tbe body of tbe
intruder, who proved to be James
Campt? 11. a neighbor, who had en?
tered Cooper's home aud gone to bed.
Campbell was bnugbt here and to?
night physicians state that he has an
?rah chance for recovery.
Tbe family of Cooper was away
from borne and Campbell was seen to
enter tbe house. About 9 o'clock the
owner arrived, only to And all en?
trances securely fastened, ills calls
were answered by abusive words and,
thinking the intruder waa a burglar.
Coo.aer left, soon returning and Bring
point blank at Campbell, who lay
aeros- bis own bed.
MINISTER IS INDICTED
Boston Preacher Is Charged With w's
inn Mails to Defraud.
(lay Associated Press)
BOSTON, MASS.. I>ec. 21 The
Kec Norman K. Pla*s, former preal
dent oi the Redeemable Investment
Company; Charts H. lirooks. manag?
er, and John P. Trappen, treasurer
of tbe company, were Indicted today
by the federal grand Jury for using
the ma.'-- In n cUrer to defraud.
Plan and Brooks were arrested af
ter tlw company was raided by the
! literal autaoritie: Trat.pan was
isen iuto cuatedy tndsy He was Ia?
i r released on (3.000 ball.
The Redeemable Investment Com?
pany wa.s organised thrr ? years igo
by Rev. Plass. tormerly president of
it-.- Washburn College. Kansas, and
several business men. It was sta'e.l
In the literature of the company that
ii eon'roll??d a.v bedding company, min?
ing farm and dawar properties in ib?
pah the tat and in British Columbia.
SON TO MAKE APPEAL.
Will Ask Por Special Term of Court
To Try Accused Murderer.
illy AsvnehHrd Pt?tpO
DURHAM. V C. iKc 21.?W. H.
San'hrrs. era cf J. L. Snaders. who
was turned -o a crisp with the bodies
of als daugb" r. Mary, and bis 4 year
old granddaughter yesterday, at Hes?
ter. Beer here, arrived today with at?
torneys from Oxford und announced
that f .ov.rnor Kit cht? would be ap?
pealed to on Saturday ?o call ? spe?
cial term cf court *e try Nathan JSSSt
taugu-, the negro arcu*cd of the mir
The soa fob tme murdered f .rmrr
is to make the appeal to -be go\
COntPAV UNDER QUARANTINE
Ep.dem.c of Musmm Sreeh( Out at
St. Helena Naval Station.
NORFOLK. VA.. Pe- Vr
eeanre of amaspa has broke a oat a'
th.- ft, Hel na naval statloa aad an
Invitation to the enlisted asea 'her
rtxm the local M-tbodlnt preerber to
attead Ortsyma? servier? at his
char?!i flsaaay had re" be d-clmed
OBr enUre com peer nf 15* area u?
ender strtct genre rt me. *?
<aw nwasenaant nwi
NKW ORLCXNIi. IJL. Qac. -1. -
Ar er weigh leg aachor aad ?'arMnc
eewj the river, the afearer Hornet,
a boas saysWeehpaa apsreaaeat of the
Baal few ?eye hare glvea rise W>
rafcoe? that <b~ Is to he e*eS ? a
S?hn, taring exprd(t*or. dropped ate
' her - gnia Jost eftre anca today near
Ahjtjrv la ?he Mketieeieerl rtver.
tailde D. Set. ncerwd. a llahvtghj
ewaeg by 8*#. ea ?
rvrer-e tgeg tb^
?waa fufig, heM by omre
?'eoe.l of ileme. ;rad
dead body of man
founojk a barrel
Discovery in Gold Storage
Warehouse at Montreal Fur- j
<n> Associated Prens)
MONTItKAl . Ql'K., Dee IL?The
finding ot the body of an elderly man,
packed in a barrel, at a cold storage
wan-In,???<?? here today, ha* turnlsoed
a mystery ? hieb, up to a late hour
toiiigli tbe pol!r? bad been unable to
solve. The body, clothod only in a
cheap suit ot ?oiton underwear and
a |>alr of woolen socks, evidently had
been placed in the barrel not long
after d'atli and before rigor mortis
ret In. There were no outward mark*
of violence, and until the body thaws
out, which will take forty-eight hour*,
the col oner'a J-tty will be nmible to
determine the cause of death. The
barrol was marked for ahtpment to
I 'Junltor. Rlsbo->s College, Montreal."
That college went out of existence
several years ago.
According to th?. police, "ho barret
wai originally shipped from Jarvls,
On!., where the records are said to
show the name of the shipper to have
been McSorb-y. It was consigned to
.1. Bot.s-e fU Id, s* Latwraeaoe Mar?
ket, Toronto, according to the officials.
After an Interview with Bourse Field
at foionto tonight. Chief Rogers, of
ibe Provincial staff, said:
??Bourse-field has . ,ui>ii. d me that
ho had nothing to do with the ship?
ment 01 the !?arrel. Someone, un?
known at preeeart, has been using his
I nable to make delivery, tbe rail?
road todsy ci>ened rue barrel <o dis?
pose cf the p:ullry it was supposed
to contain. In order to cover freight
JARV18. ONT, Deo ?l ? Tobn Mc
Sorley so.d tonight that when the bar?
rel was Consigned to Toronto it con
lainod turkeys. He denied tbat he
had anything to do with Its reshlp
ment from Toronto to Montreal.
r in baldwin's name
Mrs. Lillian Turnbull Again
tion in Will Case.
LOS ANUELBS. CAU Dec. 21->
three hour* today Mrs. UHiiu. .
Turnbull again experienced a rytZ\
degree" examination $ 'ire being
cross-examined In tbe wtt\ contest to
obtain ior her daughter a IC.500.ooo
j share of the "Lucky" Baldwin ostate.
Revteninj; her previous testimony,
1 Attorney Mc.Vab caused Mrs. Turnbuil
.to repeat former declarations tbat
I there had been a cortrac: to mar
I riagc, but that no one but herseVf and
RaldTir. had ever seen ic Theu he
demanded to know whether she bat?
ever bevn introduced by the turfman
as his wif,. or whether she had been
recognized by any one as Mrs. Bald?
hleSah drew from tbe witness 'b?
? ?dmisrion that Baldwin bad referred
to her as Mrs. Baldwin before only
live p. rsos.v Three of these were
rugto servant.'- and two were white
m< n. Th-s regleters of hotels here
and in San Dieg> were Introduced to
show that Mrs. Turnbull had regis?
tered b?rself as IJlllan Ashley afer
the ilitvi-d marriage to Baldwin
After she had reiterated her tor
n?^r testimony that she regarded her
s If a< the turf man? wife, the cross
? xaiuirxr euddcnlv asked:
"White ;ou were at Baldwin's home
at Santa Anlts. did you nor ask the
manager there. Mr. Lawrence, bow
cff. Mrs. Ulli? Bennett Baldwin
came to vit-it her h-rsbend*s ranrh
I "I d'.?I not." disclaimed 'h-- witness,
"t did net knew she was Baldwins
wife i atil some month,- later."
Mr*. Turnbull (? sifted that besides
cx-Oovernor l?ng. of Msesachvsetts.
rhe nai tolj OUn Wellborn, pow n
fed< r il Judge In Lcs Angeles, but otto
of tier attorneys in the former suit,
tf the marriage contract. .
MAN ROASTED IN OVEN.
Pennsylvania >HCk Yard Employe
hteeta Horrible Death.
PHILADELPHIA. PA.. Dec. It?
!W-kc.l aln-?-*t he-fond recognition, the
1 ody of William Kolket?, aged >eers.
was d'jeov? r?d today la an oven to
the Tansy brk-k yard. Frankf-rd.
whT.? he wan, employed tie bad h?*?
*n ??mg?-ince Moodao it ;< aupprwNi
that .he crawled Igio the ovem to sleep
and -?h?n th- Pre was i:-xi'ed ha was
rv?9tT4 to death.
Co mo*- I? OiapiCMed
XRW YORK. Die tl - -Mayor Oer
nor is dlsplanrt-! M the clamor o?er
'b- smbway mit here. Sine- The
p%: Wie *r*fTic?** lUVVietikitl rrcofr*
mended ynaterekiy th.- ai i spieau of
sn oCer of the
Tra? t Company to
way syeteta. acute d!ffer-nce of
loa ha? ari?ei among ctiy oaVJeJ? ?n1
a clash eeeass smebah? at tr> hoard
of estimate meet la*- sosaorrow wkea
*'$\0 rtukttt*T f*? r*?%*1t?v?'*'
PH? ADta.PHIA. PA.. Dee tl
Toteawv La-ngaKn and Pnlajer'I Mo* re
bug* of *Ma cf*y. fesagae a fnat ??
-need heart h?*r- the yetiete?! Ath
MV r?oh hpmhjkt and the heater* were
8*1 Lgllgw m?. The Batter, thrwgt eart
veaigwad 97 ??oit gi. potmd? ke-.?
Meer* ? read rackkag from the tvV
te tke Issm rzm%A. aast M aejy
?h*> kjrh eg stea? tka* tept
trrm Mtag l*Uo i|Tv 3 im '* J-4 A
"t bad a colored woman before nie
as a complaining witness." saJd a
? r'.iinni J conn Judge. "She had a man
hehl for,trial hf a city magistrate on
:hc chafge that In* had attacked her
with a pair of scissors. He moul' near
gouge mgb eye out. jedge.' sbe said to
me. 'Jew come at me lek a lion, he
did, a-rcerin'?tSnb. He poke me In de
face wir d*;*h*jjj}*?or--. Jedge hot once,
but for fmin^r*fh^ times. He Jes'
rat up my fr/c IflHt was n valid of
ribbon, jedge. "jqkBiuagistrute wiist
held ham to 01s uSnli court says he
nevah asl boer tell of no 'gore dang'
oos man.' V
"Well I looked lier mrfii. She bad
a wide, smooth, yelluvr face (tint didu't
hare n mark on it. I told her to re?
ibest ber story, nnil she went nil over
It agnin. telling how the niati bud
alashed tier face with tbnt pair of
"Hut. ncrtunj.' I said, 'there ami n
mark on your face'
" Marks." jmM she Indignantly.
'Marks: What I can- for marks, lern
me ask you tint? I got witnesses. I
tell you.'"-New York Cor. Cincinnati
She Had Covrage.
a self ne>WJease?J yoiir.g woman wbo
knew uo l>eaeh strolled into one ef
the larger downtown cafes. She spoke
to the waiter in that decisive tone
which distinguishes the Initiated agd
glanced over the French bill of fan.
wlth the nonchalant air of - a Fa
"I'll bare," sbe began firni'y as sbe
plunged Into 1 lie sea of French dishes
-"I'll have--let mo see, OU. yes. I d
hare some bisque tortoni. a sultana
roll, pommes de terre aud a little of
that frotnage. And. gan-on. you wight
as well bring me n cup of coffee."
The waiter gasped. He started to
speak, but the youug woman froze liim
with one nT thost> ley stares peculiar
to the thoroughly sophisticated.
And the order arrived- two kinds of
ices, boiled potatoes nnd n piece of
cheese. But she ate it as if sbe had
been used to that sort of diet all ber
life-Cleveland Plain Denier.
Stories on Doctors.
Sir Arthur Conan l*oyle told several
good stories of old fnsiiioiied pructl
tlonera be knew. There was one man.
be said, wbo never used to wash out
the baif emptied bottles returned to
him, but emptied them into one huge
jar, from which he dispensed tbis pait
tore of medicines to bis more obscure
patients. "It Is like grapesbot." be
said; "one of them is sure to bit."
There waa another man who used to
say "When my patients are alive I
ydon't know what m the matter with
Vm and when they die I don't know
^?'aether they art? dead." Tliet was
like the medical man who sahi to a
?sd.v whose lituband be had been at?
tending, "Madcm. t have a rery strong
belief that your bnsbai.j la dead. biu
If it ia your vlsl- I have no objection
te a consultation."
Cut* UttU Girl.
One day while Katberlnes mother
was III a cup of beef tea was prepared
for her. but Katberine fancied it and
drank almost nil of It. Her father
was about to scold tier whet: her moth?
".Never mind: it does tno just as
mach gisxl to see her drink It."
Shortly after tbis n dose of castor
oil waa prepared for Katberine. and
she poured it into ber doll's mouth.
?Why Kathertne." said ber aston?
ished inotlier. "what did you do that
"That's all right." Katfaerine n-pllod.
' It will do me- just as much good if
sbe drinks it."-Boston Herald.
The Danger ef Criticism.
Jf yen simply ejiauot help .-r:-i. ::.'-.._?
at least be earc:'iii in gahnTtftht your
A tuugatine editor to whom O. Her.
ry hart promised n story winy times
without delivering It sat dowu one day
aud wrote him thus
"My Dear O. Heury-If I do not re?
ceive that story from you by noon to?
day 1 am going to put eu my Kjn 11
shoes and conee down ami BM you
down your usgg stair*. I never fall to
keep my pMgeJgM
Wlier*naon Ol Henry replied:
"1. tno. woBM keep my promise* !f
I rouk) do all i:>T work with my feet "
The Settle ef a Weak.
The battle of a week was the xr*a:
canflsn a: Tears In w'rleh Charles
Mattel overthrew the Snmeeea. A. I>.
Tfi. Th*> members n< the Samern
army are -. arteejaly estlirated at fr*m
aoo.fsra to T0?.?nn. and lb- W-to-tm:-?
nay that "TVflrSl were killed on tV
SeM. It n aBnnji'i ni tbnt ;r?? fir
urea are s area* etaggemtm* but It
hi certain rhat few hettk-? of blstery
baw been etrSer eo tdoody or de
|r*l . K# Ml"r1rh| tftvt' r^#*J)tV.
"T think rrm setd. Rn*4e*. that ynw
had a l**?b*r ha the mlniag beaamese
h* ra* west*"
?Teh, bow. Ibas'? neat .
"Whet kind ?rf tmMhsg-goM mining,
alrrer mining, ?rtgjF f aalatng-'"
-??e. ^h ^BOagbr-l those,
_ JsTnlOnf**' _
FhW f "/ajaeg. -M* ?? ???
* /OaiH; <f ? wew one'
fat. ,,mm4 paar? Teere s
I PEYSER SAYS"
Everything You Wish. For the
Man, Is Here!
The ru?h is on; don't get l->ft!
Xroas presents are going fast. We are husy from
moruiog until late in the eveuing.
If you want your gift to please
BUY IT HERE!
2715 - Washington - Avenue
DEAD BODY IS FOUND.
Man Believed Burned to Death Near
Norfolk Naval Hospital.
<By Associated frees)
NOXFOLK, VA.. l\r. tl.?Tke body
of tag unknown niau was found on
the i?.ocb near tbe naval hospital to?
day. Tbe body was partly burned,
and 11 is believed the man started a
fire, fell itrk^jt and wiu* burned to
Th-re were several etas Ot hefJal
and a bottle partly filled with whis?
key found near the b-nly A pawn
ticket found in a coat pocket bore
the name of "Wilson."
SENT ON TO GRAND JURY.
Roanoke Younj Mart Held On Charge
o' Rifiinq Mail Saga.
ROANOKE, VA.. Dec. 21.--Harry
Vv'lilis. the young railway mail eterk
arrested here Monday for rifling mail
racks on trains between Roanoke and
Bristol, whs today teat-on to the I'ni'
? d States grand jury by Commission
Willis was caught by ,?\ decoy letter
placed in th." mail by government in?
spectors. He is a member of a splen?
did family in Culpeper county. His
hail bond of l2.ono was renewed with
hU brother as surety.
? Old Virginia Lard
A 100 Per Cent. Pure.
a\ For your Christmas
shortening, to be had of the
W. H Abdell, 2600 Chest?
nut avenue; J. B. Thorn'on.
2701 Roanoke avenue; J. C
Wallace. 2601 Roanoke ave?
nue: O. K. Robertson, Twen?
ty-fifth street near Orcutt
avenue: Levinson Drop.,
2207 Jefferson avenue; Sam?
uel Street. 2301 Jefferson
avenue; Wilson & Hunnl
cutt, 2 3 2 Forty-second
street: P. A. Taylor, 3201
Washington avenue; A. N"
Branch, 2607 Watbington
avenue. Also ask for
Old Virginia 100 Per Cent.
Pure Pork Sausage.
All Home Producta.
Slaughtered, cured and
y VI. Lievinuon
New England Women Most Beautiful.
The moat bcuutiful women on tbe
8'ige come from Ncv.- Kt:gltnd. Mary
Shit-v told the Society of New England
Women at its Wblttier day lunch-on
at the Waldorf-Astoria, it sjaa ? del'
ca*e s'lbject to handle, and she would
not commit herself to making a list
"If I should leave rne beauty BtH.
she raid, with exclamation marks, but
she mentioued a few. beginning with
the opera stago?Lillian Nordica,
Emma Eames Story, and, for the
stage. Maxine Elliott and the late
"Tbe New England play is always
moral," she said. "No dramatist would
ever "Bare to make i; anything else.
It makes more money from the im?
proper play. D<s??n't that demand a
round of applause?" The women
"But I think we art- all tired of the
character* we are given as New Eng-,
hnd types?the women with cork- i
screw curls in search of a husband. I
and the rattle-headed woman who is
alwavs away trom home gdssiping. j
The actresses, even -hose who are not |
New England women, do not lik<- !
thosv* pans. They know, gj every
one must who makes a study of hti-.
man nature, that they are not true, j
They have to dress them as cat tea
tr.reu, and they are caricatures. They
would rather have something less
amusing and more truthful. We have
yet to have the drama that will depict
th,. ?::btle character af the New y.nt
land woman."?New York Times
Massachusetts at the Pie Counter.
"A-f ar.y Massachusetts men candi
dates Icr the Court of Commerce?"
Secretary N?rten was asked The
president will rhis week begin consid?
ering filling the court.
Not that 1 know of." replied the '
??er tary. "flu', hold. I will take ihn?
back. Then? are 40o candidates f.r
the pieces on that court, and. of j
coor-e. Massachusetts must be repre- ;
seated on that list. Massachusetts ,
would net be Massachusetts if she did '
no.- have a <andidst<- for everything
going, b'lt 1 eanne?t recall who th"
candidate* are, assuming the state U
represented on the list, which she no I
ejoeht Is."?Washington Dispatch to
if made by parties you do not
know. We tay that ere have
the most modern and up-to-date
Laundry in the city and give
you the best work. Shirts, Col?
lars and Cuffs our specialty,
wit.i that smooth domestic fin?
ish which la the most desirable
by the well dressed man.
In Our Cleaning and Preeaing
-We have the moat skilled
help and modern machinery,
which enables us to give you
the best work at the lowest
Hotel Warwick Laundry
No. 119 Twenty-fourth St.
Both 'Phones No. ML
Newport News, Va.
"Cleaning a Pressing Done On
T.V man who nxn all the knowl
he has ha* all tbe knowledge
he -an use.
W !>? n tbe Wils come ia "he first of
?k? me.nth % man resolves to prac?
tice ercenom y
A aossan's Kagers are all thumbs
when >be attempt to get money out
ot her iura? frr- tbe porpoee of pay
Bag another woeaen'a car far*.?Chi?
Wood, Lime, Cement!
Sole agents for Ha<*d Wood Char
ccal and Otto Coke. Your patronage
Benson, Phillips & Co.,
Twenty-fourth St. a Virginia Ava.
Roth 'Pveenre 7.
OLD MAHOGANY FURNITURE
Sought and Sees.
A. W. ROUNDS
? S3S-237 Thirty-Wth Street.
SeMi Hunt engten As
oritw ?e??? CLYDE LINE
MALTED MILK to
The Fe*4-6tt tee 4H Apt. PHILADELPHIA
Mere rveakniia daaa Tea or Cafee. '! Steaaaera teavea MaaHaye a. at,
/Vayeea era* tSe weelest eJagrehom. Thereekve and Satnrmn.
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CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO RY.
Fait Train* to Richmond and the
Lrave Newport Newa io o? a. nv
and 6:06 p. m dally.
Local Train* to Rieh mend
6:00 a. m.; 6 20 p. m. dally.
Tralna arHTe Newport Newa 10:0*
a. m., io.io a. m., 6:30 p. a. and
7:10 p. m.
Steamer Service for Norfolk.
Leave Newport Newa 10:4* a. m.
and 5:35 p. m. dally.
Old Dominion Line
FOR NEW YORK.
Steamer leave* Norfolk, (foot of
CLurch ?t.) 7:00 p. in. dally except
Sunday for New York direct
JAMES RIVER NIGHT LINE
STEAMER FOR RICHMOND, VA
Leaves Tier "A" 8:30 every eveeiag,
na. seugers only. Stop at Claremoat
tu land or receive passenger* oa
'IPGINIA NAVIGATION COM?
PANY, James River Dtv Line ffc
K chmond and all James R.ver land
Steamer leaves Newport Ne?c*
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday a
at a. m. for Richmond Leave*
-Iiwport News Moaday, Wednesday
Siu'. Friday at 5 p. m, to' Norfola
and Old Point.
"SMITHFIKLP' leave* Pier "A"
daily except Sunday 9:15 a. m. for
Norfolk, and 4:30 p. m. Mondays,
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday* aad
5:35 p. m. Wednosdays^aaid Saturdays
for Smtthfield. Ocracoke leave* plot
"A" dally except Sunday, 9 a. m., for
Smithfleld ar-d 3 p. m. for Norfolk.
All freight received and delivered
at Pier A, foot of Twenty-flftb street
H. C. PARKER,
Tim? Table off Express
Service Between New?
port News & Norfolk
Norfolk & Atlantic
In Effect Thursday, Sect. 29, 1810.
Subject to Change Without Notice.
6:50 a. a., dai?y except Sunday
7.00 a. m., daily except Punday; 8:20
a. m., daily; 9:35 i. m.; 11:36 ?. m.;
12:50 p. m.; 2:40 p. aa.; 3:50 p. nv;
5:05 p. m.; S:20 p. m.; 9:36 p. m.
7:20 a. m.. Daily Except Sunday:
8:46 a. m.: daily; 10:00 a. m.; 12:00
noon; 1:15 p. m.; 3:09 p. m.; 4:1*
p m.; 5:30 p. m.; 6:45 p. m.; 10:0S
p. m., Sundays only.
The Norfolk & Washington
I (Schedule Effective Nor, 1, 1908.)
? The Nc?- end Powerful Iron Palace
Steamers SOUTHLAND and NEW?
PORT NEWS will leave daily a* for
Lv. Portsmouth . +5:00 p. n,
Lv. Norfolk . ?6:0a, p. ax
Lv. Old Point . ?7:00 p. a*
Ar. Washington . *7:00 a, m
Lv. Wash., B. at O. Ry..** 9:00 a m.
Ar. Phil.. B. & O. Ry....??ll:wS a. m.
Sr. N. Y., B. 4b O. Ry...?? 0:10 p m
Lr. Wash., Penn. Ry... .??f^ae a. m.
i Ar. N. T., Penn, Ry.??Irl* p. ?
Lv. Wash., Penn. Ry...." 8:00 a. a*
Ar. N. Y.. Pean. Ry. ...??10:40 a. av
la. N. T? B. A O. Ky ...?11:60 a. ?
I.v. Phlla., B. A O. Ry ..* 2:17 p. m
Ar. Wash., R. A O. Ry...a 6:2? p. m,
|Lv. N. Y, Pean. Ry.?II:? a. ?
lAr. Wa*h? Penn. Ry....?? 6:16 p. at
I Ar. Wash., Pean. Ry._! 6:22 p. m
iLr. Phlla., Penn. Ry..?3:20 p. ra.
Ar. Waah., Penn. Rr.? 4:22 p. m.
I.v. Waahlngtoa .??:4? p. m.
Ar. Old Point Comfort ...*7:00 a. aa.
Ar. Narfolk .?8:00 a, m,
?Daily. ??Daily except Suaday.
! Sunday only.
For informal lo* apply to
J. N. SMITH. Agent T;aion Tfch
Offlce. Chamherlin Hotel, Old Pe*
Virgmta, ; /
! P. M. PP.TTCHARD. Gen. Area
JNO. L. WILLIAMS. City Paar I
Ag?at. comer Gran by aad Plemr
strebe. Narfoik, Va,
M. & M. Transporxaticm Co.
Passenger* aad Freight
?ewpeet New* to Bartamer*.
Dally Except Tuesday. < p. m.
Fare* S3 00 One aVgf WM stound
Trip?Including Stateroom Berth.
Ticket* to All Rainta.
Norfolk to Bseton.
Sun . Tees, aad Frl.. 6 pm.
Norfolk to Peg iilgeana,
Every M.m . Wed. aad Bet., 6pm
OBS way.J19 00 $ gjg*
?ewad rrtp . ft*.** 817.S?
IBSMbk Meal* aad Stateroom Bevi
?+nr ticket t aad farther tafrsraaautSBi
apaty ta W. R. BRao*;. Aoert
Newport Newe, Vg?